Speech Pathology Programs

We offer Speech Therapy services in a variety of settings. For inpatient we have Acute Care, Rehab, Pediatric Feeding, and Head and Neck Cancer. In the outpatient setting we offer services for both adults and children and at the Voice Center. Clinical placements are offered in cooperation with North Carolina affiliated colleges and universities only.

Clinical Placement Applications

All Clinical Placement applications need to be sent by the school’s Clinical Education Coordinator to the Therapy Services Educator at clinicaledreq@unchealth.unc.edu.

Clinical Education Coordinator will send to the Therapy Services Educator:

  • Student name
  • Student email
  • Desired area of clinical placement
  • Start and end date of clinical placement
  • One page letter of intent for each student interested in a clinical placement at our facility.

Letter of intent Instructions: Please use the template.

  • Please specify area of interest (adult acute, inpatient rehab, oncology, head/neck/ENT, peds acute, feeding team, outpatient adult, outpatient peds, voice center)
  • Rationale for interest
  • Curriculum/coursework is not necessary




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Spring 2022



Speech Pathology Program Clinical Fellowships

The UNC Health Care Speech Pathology Program is no longer accepting applications for clinical fellowships for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Our 12-month training program in the area of adult acute care and inpatient rehabilitation will start recruitment for 2023-24 on January 1, 2023 with a due date of February 1, 2023.  All SLP fellowship rotations begin July 1 of each year. For more information, please contact Stephanie McAdams, Assistant Director of Rehabilitation Therapies at 984-974-5300.  Interested applicants should plan to submit an updated resume and cover letter to Stephanie McAdams

Speech Pathology Pediatric Feeding Training Program

The UNC Health Care Speech Pathology Pediatric Feeding Training Program is a post-professional endeavor developed to enhance the evaluation and treatment skills of those therapists providing services to children with complex feeding and swallowing disorders. It is structured to include five days of intensive training in acute and non-acute feeding disorders management. A major strength of our program lies in the diverse expertise and interests of our faculty combined with the high clinical volume that occurs within our dedicated and nationally recognized feeding disorders program.

Have you recently received speech pathology training from our program? If so, share your thoughts about your experience with us! We appreciate any feedback you provide in our Speech Pathology Training Survey.

Information on Student Affiliations

Rehabilitation Therapies, Therapy Services Educators
Kristel Maes, PT, DPT
Amber Corbin, MA, CCC-SLP
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